After LG had introduced the LG V40 ThinQ, the smartphone maker has recently filed a patent for a smartphone with a crazy 16 camera setup.
Yesterday, LG has unveiled its highly anticipated flagship smartphone for the second half of the year with the V40 ThinQ. The V-Series is LG’s multimedia-centric smartphone and this year they are fitting a total of 5 cameras plus it comes with a much larger display.
Buckle up, because LG is about to announce its new flagship smartphone on the 4th of October and it is called the V40 ThinQ. The device is expected to pack some interesting features, and that includes a mind-blowing five cameras.
There are plenty of flagship smartphones to choose from and for those who want to stand out, the LG G7 ThinQ is an interesting option. The only problem is that it’s as elusive as a unicorn in Malaysia.
For the past couple of years, LG Mobile doesn’t seem to be interested in selling their smartphones in our competitive market. The last “official” set they introduced here was the LG V30+ and it arrived about 7 months late.
If you’re still interested in the G7 ThinQ, retailer DirectD is now offering import sets with stocks now available.
Ahead of its big reveal, serial leakster Roland Quandt has just dropped more clues of the latest dual-camera flagship along with some official renders of the device.
For the upcoming G7 flagship, you can expect LG to slap on more AI features especially in the camera department.
If you thought LG forgot about their flagship smartphone this year, you’re wrong. The South Korean company will be launching their flagship G7 globally in less than a month’s time! The only problem is that they’ve added a really dumb suffix to their once clean flagship name: This year’s phone will be called the LG G7 ThinQ.
If you’re looking for a different kind of flagship, the LG V30+ is finally coming to Malaysia. This is LG’s flagship smartphone that features an 18:9 FullVision OLED display and a dual-camera setup with a f/1.6 Crystal Clear Lens. It was first introduced during IFA 2017 about seven months ago.
When Apple introduced the iPhone X, a lot of people had frown upon its notch display. Fast forward a few months later, virtually all smartphone makers from China have incorporated the notch on their flagship phones. Apparently, this is now a trend in order to maximise the phone’s display on a smaller footprint.
While Samsung had stuck to their guns by maintaining an Infinity Display on the Galaxy S9 and S9+, their South Korean rival, LG, has succumbed to the notch design. This is the LG G7.
The LG V20 is probably the last flagship smartphone that comes with a removable battery. Launched in September last year, it was the first smartphone to come preloaded with Android Nougat and it went on sale in Malaysia just 5 months ago with the retail price of RM1,999.
If this multimedia-centric smartphone still appeals to you, you can get it now for RM400 less.